1. The Transition to College Reading
  2. Robert J. Scholes
  3. pp. 165-172
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  1. Confronting Resistance: Sonny's Blues--and Mine
  2. Arlene Wilner
  3. pp. 173-196
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  1. The Race to Truth: Disarticulating Critical Thinking from Whiteliness
  2. Catherine Fox
  3. pp. 197-212
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  1. Graduate Internship Programs in the Humanities: A Report from One University
  2. Deborah Carlin
  3. pp. 213-228
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  1. Activism and Service-Learning: Reframing Volunteerism As Acts of Dissent
  2. Donna M. Bickford, Nedra Reynolds
  3. pp. 229-252
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  1. Click Here to Organize
  2. Marcia Dickson
  3. pp. 253-257
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  1. Researching in the New Public Access
  2. Brian P. Hudson
  3. pp. 257-261
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  1. Psychological Learning Theory and Those Sheep in Wolves' Clothing
  2. Helen Rothschild Ewald
  3. pp. 262-268
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  1. Teaching American Literature
  2. Linda Wagner-Martin
  3. pp. 271-275
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  1. Crossing the Atlantic in Early American Literary Studies
  2. Vincent Carretta
  3. pp. 276-280
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  1. How, Why, and What: Teaching Students the Literatures of Early America
  2. Thomas Hallock
  3. pp. 281-289
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  1. Editors' Introduction: Teaching in a Time of War
  2. Jennifer L. Holberg, Marcy Taylor
  3. pp. 159-163
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 291-293
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